From: Los Angeles, CA, USA

Godfrey was actually a DJ in the mid 1960s around the time of the hippie counterculture. He decided to record a record of himself, hoping to become a bigger part of the scene. In 1967, Godfrey released a cover of Kim Fowley’s “The Trip.” Godfrey’s version of the song is more raw than Fowley’s and oozes psychedelia. The flip-side, “Come On, Come On,” is credited to Godfrey’s Group. The single was released on the short-lived Cee-Jam label.

Artist information sources include: Flower Bomb Songs blog by Colin Mason

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From the 1967 single “The Trip”
The Trip

  • The Trip